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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - November 23, 1892, Abbeville, South Carolina The press and Banner Abbeville . ,2�rpublished every wednesday at $2 in Advance. Wednesday nov. 23,1892 to Prin Lern. The press and Banner will furnish the governor message in supplement with name of paper in quantities of 5u0 and Over at forty cents per Hundred. The document will no doubt Bonn important one and few country papers can afford not to publish it and none Cao print at Home for less Money than we have offered to do it for. Death of Rev. W. Ii. Inn reel. After a Long illness Kev. W. H. Hanckel Rector of Tran i tech urch. Abbey 11 be d red Mon Day evening. November 21, 1s02. At half past 6even o clock aged it it thought about . He leaves a widow a son and a daughter who were with him and ministered to him in the sickness which ended in death. Or. Hanckel had Long been a minister of the gospel. In the episcopal Church and for seven or eight years be was Rector of the Paris hat Abbeville. Or. Hanckel was pure in heart gentle in spirit without guile honest and truthful and Strongjr the filth. In his Dally walk and conversation he exemplified those Christian graces and Virtues which brought to him the respect of the world. In the last years of his life or. Hanckel was greatly afflicted in body and estate. in int year 10/0 Tuc urge per Cut. Of the state House Bonds in which he had much invested. Later because of his Good heart Arne his confiding nature be was led into business transactions by which he lost heavily. Years ago he received an injury to his eyes from Bloh he Uever recovered and from which be suffered greatly. Afterwards he had the grip att for a year he has not been a Well Man and to that disease May now be attributed his death. While it is Troe that be partially recovered from the attack he St a suffered from pains in the head which grew worse from Day to Day and when the health of the whole physical Man gave Way he yielded his life to the reaper. The people of the Village had Long known of his illness and when the Church Bell tolled on monday night everybody knew that the soul of our departed Friend had left its earthly Temple for the scenes and the Joys which await the ransomed sons of men. Yesterday at Hall past twelve o clock the funeral services were conducted in by Rev. Porcher and Rev. Mccullough. The great body of the people assembled in the Church to await the services but his affectionate remembrance of their beloved pastor and As a testimonial of their tender regard for the bereaved assemble Ratthe parsonage and in procession followed the lamely of the deceased to the Church from whose Home and for tilde Loving hands tenderly borne him away. When the funeral services were concluded the body was taken to the g.,c. & s. Depot to which place his congregation followed him to tha Truin u High Van Illel Fol Ltd the body to the family burying ground in Charleston. As the assembled audience left the Church each individual bad something to say in love and kindness for the Christian gentleman who bad gone out from amongst us. Who Are eligible the amended act of the legislature in reference to the incorporation of the farm is Bank reads As follows directors must be citizens of the state and bold not less than five shares of when the Bank was organized by tie election of directors some three years ago the to let local impress of the Alliance was made upon the government of the Bank and men were elected to directorships who were not under the above Law eligible to the place and even As the Bauk now stands organized we believe that our out of the nine directors Are four who Are not eligible a perhaps among the Best business men on the Knar onh not Ehn Tartu of a Flor Linn in run rip upon them. The question is raised without reference to their ability or their thorough knowledge of Good banking principles. The Law jays that a Man to he eligible must hold Cotteris than Tulve shares of if they into Oft left illegally to what extent do they impair the Legal acts of the Bank ? w e contend that no Man Tybo does not hold five shares of Stock is eligible ? we contend that no Man who has subscribe for Tulve shares for which he has not fully paid is eligible. We contend that any Man who pledges his paid up Stock us Security Lor eighty per cent of its face value surrenders his Stock and is therefore ineligible to the office of director even if such person is Dot inedible it is we believe contrary to Good banking Law for any Stock Tao Der to borrow Money from any Bank of which be is u director. Another matter the ownership of Stock by one person does not authorize that owner to give his proxy to any Oue who in not Hira 6elf a stockholder. One who is not a stockholder Himsel f if we believe legally denied the right to vote or to cast the vote of another at a general meeting of stockholders. The Cunny court kill. We have read the county court Bill for Green vol Lecounts. May the Good lord deliver Abbeville from any such monstrosity. While it May be True that there Are a number of gentlemen in every county who Wold like to be county judge and county solicitor and while we would be glad to accommodate them yet the Public Good does not demand any such impracticable measures or any such foolish outlay of Money. If there is to t e a curtailment 01 expenses reduce the number of trial justices to about one half the present number and then reduce the pay of the remaining trial justices to about one Ball the present pay. My a Mutual insurance scheme. Or. David Aiken has been employed by the general agent of the Farmers Mutual Klee insurance association of Chester. S. C., to make a canvass of this county and tube application for insurance. The general agent agrees to Call a meeting of the apply cuts in december and organize an association for this county provided or. Aiken gets up 5200,000 in applications. York county along with Chester Lancaster nil far yield have already been organized and there Are some half dozen or More counties being worked now with a View of organizing associations in . Aiken has been Over about half of Abbeville county Only and has written up to Date 8132,000 in applications. The organization is for Mutual insurance against Are wind and lightning and it proposes to furnish insurance to its members at actual Cost. Each member is to pay an initiation fee of ally cents per 8100 of the amount of insurance he proposes to carry and the losses by tire wind or lightning Are to be paid on the assessment plan each policy to be assessed pro rata on its face value. The amount of policies will be limited to Trothi Rysor three fourths of the value of tie property of Wincn Mey lire Rancu. Lutc insured the policy Holder is at no further expense except upon the Levy of such asses Mentsas May be rendered necessary in Case of losses. Each county association is separate and distinct from other counties and is responsible Only for losses of members within its own territory. There Are to be no salaried officers and it is intended that the Premium of fifty cents per s100 shall pay All expenses. Don t negl6ct having Wheeler to make some photographs. If you want Good ones tie will be Here until saturday 26th, if you Wanli Crayon portrait see him about it. The Cotton Wokich of t1ik gins. Up to lust monday night tie aggregate work of ginning and packing done at the was As follows Oil Mill 7fi Bales. Henry Ginnery w Bales. s Ginnery 93ti Bales. Total 24so Bales. During the past week the Price of Cotton has ranged it has been for a Long time and that part of the crop which remained unsold was rushed to Market and we presume there is but Little Lett in the country. It is certain that the Fields Are no longer White with the Staple. The Price has fluctuated Goiner up Atul d in but yesterday it reached the highest Point 9 h for a fair Grade but an extra goo Quality would have brought a. In tie Early fall the i irked opened at oj./, for the Best grades and is now above cents. The Dell Erenze in the Price being in some instance enough to pay All indebtedness incurred in pc Ducong the crop but unfortunately for a majority of our Farmers Ali eur crops have been sold. The Light work which was done at our gins last week attest the fact that Hie crop has been nearly All put on the Market. While our people Are very poor yet it i n fact that they have paid their debts unusually Well and business firms in All Linesa Rewell pleased Wii i their collections. Each debtor has Felt the importance of preserving his. unit have done Well in meeting tiie demand against them. There is. Already quite a clamor for Money from the Hanks and we believe some renewals of paper have been already granted. Although the practice is greatly to be Depratu Utcy. The policy of depending upon the Hanks from one year s end to another is ruinous to he faint a and a dangerous and unprofitable business for the Banks and it is quite probable thai both Hanks will be More cautious in making i hair Loans so Early in the the rate of discount will be Likely increased so that the shareholders May realize something like a fair dividend on their investment. Shipment. By c. 1 n. Previously reported 343s baes. Shipped since last report sati Bales. Total to monday a Light 4i 00 Bales. By r. It u previously reported 8285 Bales. Shipped since last report 5jk� Bales. Total to monday night 8875 Bales. Total shipments by both roads 7,875 Bales. The Oil Xiii. Daily report of Tylik work pounds seed. Gallons Oil. Nov. 15 Day and night 43.760 Soo v nov. 10 Duy and night 43,700 800 nov. 17 Day and night 45.160 874nov.18 Day and Luht 4u, ".0 7w shipped 31,000 Gallons of Oil. Shipped Bootous meal to new York on consignment. Comparative is lenient. Shi i a kits of Cotton from arb Iville. Mar icus 1 two icon Loci l quo Bales Bales Bales baits Bales Bales sept 1,547 324 77.1 1,743 1.141 oct 2,41 2,242 2, j 2,425 4,770 4.1o nov 2,222 8,1 21 1,955 2,441 2 07ti dec 1,273 1,9 7 1,793 2,329 2,110 Tola 7,140 0,755 s,47s s.452 10.40s 7,-vol-4. Life at Troy nor Rihr of Rev. O. Y. Ijo Imer and Jimmh Belle of Tirom. J. drama. Troy a. C., nov. 14,1s92. The Cotton Markei is Mucu better. 11 is now Worth from s 10 8in Troy. Our town was alarmed last thursday night with Anvil shooting Over the election of Cleveland. Mike Carrie a Obinson after a pleasant visit in a Girie a returned Home Friday., or. A. W. Lyon is the Happy father of a Fine a ugh Ter. We must congratulate the choir for their Good singing sunday night. Or. Thos. J. Tussell alter lingering with trip lipid fever and congestion for eight weeks died in t thu Day night. His funeral was preached l y Kev. T. W. Sloan i Thea k. 1. Church Krizaj. After which his remains were interred in me cemetery it tills place. He leaves a Loving wife and a Host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss the bereaved family have our Heartfelt sympathy. Or. J. Kennedy bought the Vance place from my. J. K. Sauce last week for�6, 0u. J Here in being a big Oal crop sown la ills be Tion of country. Or. David Aiken was in town saturday in Neli Alf of the Farmers Mutual insurance company. Or. John card of the Georgia Railroad was up to see his father last wee it. This makes his fifth year with this company. He started As Tram hand and then he was profit noted an conductor on fre Luht and now he is conductor on passenger. He is worthy rothls promotions. Mrs. J. S. Jay is visiting relatives find friends at Mcc Ormiel. Ere this reaches tie eyes of its Many renders miss by be Neel of this place and Kev. O. Y. Bonner of due West will have married which Happy event takes place to Morrow tuesday morning at o clock at the Home of the Bride. They have at once on the i o clock train for Washington d. A. A. While we congratulate or. Bonner being so fortunate we also think miss Belle equally so in her selection. We extend warmest congratulations and Hope they May always be As Happy As they seem to be now. The ladies of the Baptist Church gave a hot Sui or last Friday night. They had every thing Brood and realized Thouis a the proceeds will towards pay lug for Ihler was Well represented at our Temperance drama last Friday Luht in persons of misses Brunch and Ludwick and messes. 1. A. Wardlaw Austin Whiten j. E. Britt Hudson and j. A and torn appreciated their presence and will return the compliment Rood. From the Way some of our men Are acting another Temperance Uoc iely would t think it a disgrace to our town the Way whiskey is being handled Here. Ii the mid Day Sun could have risen at 12 o clock last. Friday night what a pitiable scene would have been presented. There were fathers there setting such examples for sons to Fol Low. Young ladles it is in your Power to help drive this Demon from our town. Last Friday night at 7 o clock the temper Lance halt was t e Tuu puny in one hour the Hall was Well filled with anxious hearts. At s o clock prof. G. G. Parkinson announced that the play would begin. The program its As follows Kuinuki by do tank. A Temperance drama in four acts. By Troy 1 v1kiod no 13 sons of Temperance. Or. Koger Thackery a wealthy gentleman. . Bradley. Mrs. Cornelia Thackery his Anna Mccasun. Miss a Thackery their Rosabelle snort. Little Agnes their Little Laura Robinson. Miss Susie tick ombre a female Gas big always on Eva smart. Billy Bradley the great poet and elocutionj1st.\v. K. r. Cyrus Fairfield just from medical . W. Pressly. John Hayden proprietor of the new ,".c. 11. Kennedy.1 oin ii urn or. I ii Uuk i v Vuini Uzuh Uyuk . S. Harris. Snowflake Black As the Ace of Spade Sarchi e Tittle. Dora be car Ida May Palmer. Jii Ninie Brown p. Old Luau. . K. Leard. Joe 81uk.w. It. Bradley. Bar Koom loaders. Synopsis. Act i. Scene 1.-Street in Somerville. The Check. Scene 2the social Glass. Act ii. One year tins . Scene 1 the news machine at work. Scene 2the drunkard s Home. Scene 3the ii Oad to hell. Aft. 11 f scene 1the Cheek nor Iii. Scene 2almost despair. Act in. Scene 1the poet at a loss. Scene2.r-Aips Well. After two hours pleasantly spent they nil resumed to the where the ladles Hud prepared a Nice supper. They realized a . I incl Ninie letter. List of unclaimed letters Lor week ending nov. 19th, 18t2 Berry Hailey. Tom Littler mrs. Hull Evans care of or c Alwell. Liaina ton heard Mary Etta Harper. Willie Mcdoil Aid coi., Ili ifs a lure i. rag in v. Mathis lot Mason Josephine Patterson mrs. Futile Richie Jas. Heed prof. V. i tense . Smith mrs. Lizzie Smith i. F. Tinkler Glisn w. H. Williams j. W. Williams col., Frank Williams col., Aaron Williams Lem-1 Uel Williams miss Sarah Watt. T. M. To Herl i. Abbeville j Lii Foatie lil or. . Fisher of Abbeville and Apt. J. N. King of ninety six arrested a Man named Price tuesday no Juht of last week at Dorn s Mill in Edgefield county who was wanted in Atlanta under charge of horse stealing. He was brought to Abbeville jail land from Abbeville was carried to Atlanta. L Rice is a White Man aged about fifty Oue years. A Hoys ends at 10 cents . No Vino Tad tar Manwat id Lxi o Iuit to Janst have the. A x. Shop. The Way a can it in Forest should have keen payable twice a your. Pursuant to a Call for a citizens Mec ing relative to tie building of the Railroad shops unite ii number of our citizens diet in the Tourt House. Mayor k. M. Hill occupied tie chair. He spoke As follows gentlemen and fellow affords me treat pleasure to see so Many of you out to night thus manifesting a great interest in the up building and Prosperity of your town. Not Long since by your United Ell Ort and cooperation you built a grand magnificent school building that will be a lasting Monument to your Chr if. Energy Ana Enterprise. And to night i find you More determined than Ever to make your town Blossom like the Rose of Sharon and nourish like the Green Bay tree Ami it in Only a question of time we n Abbeville will reach out uni encompass Greenwood and Calhoun fulls. Tie object of the meeting is to consider the report 01 the committee appointed to prepare a Bill to be presented to the legislature relative to the Railroad shops. Or. K. I. Gary was requested to read the Bill for the committee which is As follows a Bill to Amend an act authorizing and empowering he town Council of Abbeville to contract with the g., c. & n. Railway company for location of certain railway shops and other buildings in said town and to contribute to the same. Approved 2-1 december a Multi. That the sections 2 and 3 be stricken out and the following Seel ions 2. 3, i 5, 0. 7, a 0, 10, ii be substituted therefor so that the act when amended shall read As follows Section i. That the town Council of Abbeville is hereby authorized and empowered to contract with the Georgia Carolina and Northern railway company Aslo the location of such shops and other structures As the said hallway company May determine to build Tui establish in said town. A , a Hnetilo in further authorized and empowered to contribute to the Purpo is enumerated in the Seel Ion 1 of this act a Sun of Touey not exceeding$17,000. Sec. .5. The the said town Council of Abbeville is hereby authorized and ernpower6.l toissue$17,000of 7 per cent Bonds it so much be necessary. Interest payable annually for the purpose of paying the sum that May be agreed upon Lor the purposes enumerated in Section 1 of this act. In denomination of $100 each a Able in thirty years from the Date of their Issue. Said Bonds shall he signed by the then Interi Danton said town Ami Trees user of said Council and shall not be taxable for state county or municipal purposes. contract entered into by and betwee the said town Council and said hallway company be approved by a majority of the qualified electors of said town who shall vote at an e eco hrs to to held within thirty Days the approval of this act. Sec. 1. That the said town Council shall have Power and Are required to order said election giving at least five Days notice there of Iii the newspapers of said town specifying i lie time place and purpose of Ibe election and to appoint three managers who shall without compensation hold and conduct said election. At the election the ballots to be used shall have written or printed thereon the words approved or rejected the Council having Glrst fixed the amount proposed to be raised. Sec. 5. That it shall he the duty of the managers to conduct the election count the vote immediately after closing the poll which shall be kept open from 8 p. In. Till 0 p. M. And shall declare the result As in other elections which result they shall immediately certify in writing to the said Council. That in burp n Mil Ort v of the Hall lots cast Khali have written or printed thereon approve the said Council shall be authorized and required to proceed to Issue the Bonds provided for in Section 3 of this act. 8ec. 7. That for the payment of the interest of said Bonds Thetreau Zerof said town shall be aug Hort Dand required togs sess annually upon the properly in the said town of Abbeville such a per centum As shall be necessary to pay the interest on said Bonds. Thin assessment shall reentered in the lax books for the said town under the a Amend style As the lax raised to pay the interest on the Bonds Issue Din furtherance of the contract with the g., c. A n. Hallway which assessment shall be collected by the said treasurer under the regulations As Are provided by Law for the collection of the other town taxes which shall be paid Over by the treasurer to the holders or said Bonds As the interest thereon shall become due and payable and coupons presented . 8. That for the purpose of payment and redemption of said Bonds the said treasurers met under the control and direction of the town Council assess such a i or centum upon the properly in said town of Abbeville he May be necessary to raise an amount which shall he taxed by the Sulci Council not exceeding per annul to be Colle cud by said treasurer As directed in Section 7 of ibis act which amount when collected shall be applied As rapidly As possible to the payment of said Bonds or if said Bonds cannot be Purchase Dat or near Par shall be invested in Sale and available Security until said Bonds can tie bought. Provided in assessment shall lie made under this Section tit teen years have elapsed from the Date of the Issue of said Bonds. Provided further should there be a balance la the hands of the treasurer aftera Ink the accrued interest he shall Transfer the same to the account of the Sankit fund provided Lor in this Section.. B. I Liat the said treasurer shall before entering upon the duties herein specified shall execute and file with the intendant of said town a Bond , with Good Security to be approved by a a Ort of said the said treasurer shall fall to exec e tie Bond a rein required then the duty herein specified Shad lie performed by the county treasurer Lor a Lite compensation and he shall receive per cent As remuneration for his services. Per ecu. Of the amounts received and of fhe amounts paid out by him t of 1,1 Uijun j Orvn i o # him . 10. That this act shall be deemed a Public act and shall become of Force immediately upon its approval. At the conclusion of the Reading of the Hill or. J. Hayne Mcd Iii no Ltd that the Bill be adopted As a whole whereupon or. Y. moved to Amend or. Mcdill s motion of add Lnu and that our the mixers of the Louisiana and Senate be requested to use All possible Diligence in getting the Bill enacted into or. Pressly s motion was unanimously adopted. The meeting then . E. Cox. Secretary citizens meeting. Jones. Jones s. C., nov. 5,1892. It is our sad d this week to annoy use the death of or. Win. Gaines which occurred Lasi saturday Jet. Int his Home at Mattox Smill of paralysis. Or. Values was a kind Cie or gentleman and ills Many friends i. Tilt urn r will raft Fel to linear of his death. His remains were interred in the give Yard at 1 opiary Spring Church on monday vol Ali masonic Honoris of which order he had been a member for a number of years. Or. Gaines was in h is seventy seventh year and was Stout and Active tin to his Lealiki having made a trip to Hosea Rath the duty before. Jle leaves a vile and a Large number of children and grand children to mourn tils death All of whom have the sympathy of their Many lie new. Cape a. M. Agnew died saturday november5th, about ii p. In. His remains were buried in the grave Yard at Walnut Grove Church saturday afternoon. He leaves a wife several Cal Lien and Inan friends ail of whom have the a Pushy of the Tuii ire Community. The Long dry spell was terminated yesterday by a Good rain. The Fairry weather continues and our Farmers Are winding up the last of the Short Cotton crop. The school at Walnut Grove taught by or. David a Lakewell of Hue West opened ust monday with promising prospects. Also the school at Turkey Creek taught by miss Clara Vasor opened last monday. This is a Central Point and we anticipate Lor miss Clara a nourishing school. The school at this place continues to grow . A Oil 111 Iii ii i Lum Utin. A. Is the Roll l Honor for september and october Clifton Kobe Lson a Carrie Davis jul Blanche Cuibertson in Oldie Jon Esusy a Tomle Crane 1 5%. Nettie Jones ��j.�. Pm inn unities9bannie Roberson us Willie Jones is Toisie Gaines si7j Mamie Jones James Roberson i7j. Lilley 7, Frank .morrison�7, Nona Kelley i Jami k Henderson Coleman Davis Isami Morrison Loti Davis j. In airy Davis �. The Indian 1 Octor Lias moved from Kasji s Mill to a Poi ill two and a half Miles below Liis place. L . Jones s. A nov. 12,1m 2. Or. Milton Crown an a etl and highly re expected Hanoi the Laurens Side died a few Days ago of pneumonia. Or. Drown was a Good Christian gentleman and will be greatly missed in ids Community. Miss Othella Cooper one of our most pious and excellent Oung ladles has been engaged As assistant teacher in the Jones school. Lenry Davis Sou of or. John t. Davis is very sick. Alter plenty of rain the old weather Lias come and it makes Urie shuttle around smartly. What we Lack need and want now in our school Here alter our school room is furnished with comfortable desks which by the Way we Are taking Steps to do s a list class music teacher. Hurrah Lor Cleveland and democracy Lompey. Kive too Hundred barrels of flour to arrive tills week. We have just bought when the Price was lowest Ami we expect to Tyve our customers the Beuelle of same. Be sure to get our prices before buying. Heath & co. New crops raisins Citron currants prunes and dates to arrive this week it a. 1. Ill 11 & sous. Headquarters for All kinds of fruits at a m. Philib pfc sous. -.jia,a. My wires a cd i mid w u j v h x competitors Are puzzled to know the of Mccrel 1 our motto in Derby and ci5 a an 2 i we Iju Ieuv Munch we Wujs 3 the meaning of the word fail filled with Ujj wonderful lever the almighty Dollar we h the name Heath is a by word through j3 � ing this and. It was not our intention to dih prepare Forl r dress goods Al m we have put the knife in All kinds of i 3 tji ii action. We can please the or but Fasti Dioio 3wool flannels 20 cents Yard value 35 Cen 7 43 cents Yard value 50 cents. 44 Inch a Worth double. Tsee our 42 Inch Wool silk of have made up our minds to move our thie s � so Don t of Lii 2iii come get Down i buy your Fla it c m no 1 a no eur tinne9 10 cents i cents Canton flannel 4 cents per Yard and1511our prices Are of z � touch us if 55 j5 s we Are before you keen to meet any cd 5 it 55 title we claim away from you and that is i -10riginat01s and Lead 3dm blankets 35 ii 36 pairs of heavy eleven and twelve Quai p Els. Ask to see pairs 10-4 White blankets Only 89 cent of x to see our Stock and find the prices er3d x ment will fit anything from a two year old 120 pairs women s Fine Button shoes in _ tors ask you si.50. 300 pairs men s Tine do All leather guaranteed Rugans it 80 cents Stock will be shoes. It pays us to buy you. We have the cheapest and Best show the following makes Krippendorf ditto _ a Home made and Maurice Flyte Celt of tt"rtt\t7iti tt7t1 a a r a our Uin Jiw Lii i j we can please you one and All in us p Man s heavy Merino shirt from the Low lambs Wool. Grants Fri we Lead All others in this department hosiery kid gloves handkerchiefs &c., groceries Tonko n a pin Leif one from our dry of flour Flou ,1walk in to some of our competitors Ai such a Price at Heath s and be How the having you believe that we misrepresent labor and struggle for your earnings cannot not meet us. We beg to Rerer you 10 you we allow no misrepresentations to make Back our representations As any mercantile Good flour $2.75 per barrel half Patent � barrel 6 pounds Good Ito Coffee for $1, Goc o laundry soaps starch crackers &c., As 1 j either wholesale u i win Nodi i com net Roll Cue March right along to Heath s. Horses and mules a i i that we Ufa Iliou unit from a. B. Hamblin at must be paid for i at once. Oct. 2 i 1sib2, Jin Hoys Caps Al la cents. A. K. Hell. Hoys ii my youths hots Rod need to Cost. If Yon wish a Nice and a cheap Hal to w. K hell. Urine inner nil boys and youths Felt and Wool hats Al Cost. A. K. Hell. The housekeepers Friend is "1 Yle s a sons can Supply you Willi it. I. Hammond Een and the reception we received upon n in no room Here for Vou Jannot be taken away from nothing but never having known unbounded Energy backed by that ave pushed to the front until to Day the entire country. When begin press so now to the Point. R Winter j dress goods es9 goods and values Are to these prices 3g Inch its 40 Inch All Wool dress flannels Atin Stripe novelties 47 cents Yard. Finish Henriettas at 45 cents. We e dress goods Stock within the 6.ty Days. A to see us. To 9ard pan. Menels now. Heavy All Wool willed flannels 20 i up. Out of sight. You can. Rape Titor that wants to wrestle the the ibs of pros. Blankets Rte Rall Wool North Carolina Blank i Worth $1.25 the world Over. J far below Competition. Our Assort to a giant that tops the beam at 350. St in at 91 cents per pair. Compete Ress shoes $1 per pair. Whole Stock per pair. At this rate one half our direct from manufacturers. Ii pays is in a Beville. We Are agents fori Nan & co. W. L. Douglass Hynd s rated children s shoes. J Rade is booming. Lerwer from both a to an s and Price of 25 cents up to the finest. Nis hings. Come to us for Nobby neckwear and you will be pleased. Groceries goods room of our grocery Stock. R t Floter to say you can buy flour at such and by Wither and try to mislead you by our flours to you. You people that t be misled by Competition that Canu wives that have baked our flours sales for us and Are As Wel Able to concern in this Section of to estate. 1125 per barrel full Patent $4.75 period tobacco 25 cents per Pound. Annex goods cheese w As anybody. E or retail. Ilion but join the piece Salon and i imm a j will Adver i or Choice Christina Jiji in this i in Al a 1 b h Lymm to Pooh 3. W o a ijju9 2 �5 1.i a w � u 5 � pc cd12 w up 4 a n 5? i Sulg if for o � h 2gvbituks Cia a o n p a 3 u � s of or 11 � a o l 2 a Fly w s. M s P0 a g91 i p3 � pm so " j o Jas up f8l5?3m to u 3 5 m s " o Ghi Sis i a 1# a in. Ft1?� 1 ise Thih Stock Al s goods Ujj week of i i /

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